A Man Called Ove - Chapters 20 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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“A Man Called Ove and an Intruder” Present tense. Back at the house, Ove sits in his car in the garage remembering his friendship with Rune: how they moved into the neighborhood at the same time, both with pregnant wives, neither knowing how to deal with the pregnancies or how to have conversations at all. Ove’s recollections are interrupted first by the arrival of a female journalist (who wants to talk to him about how he saved the life of the man at the train station) and then by the arrival of the people from the council (wearing white shirts) who have come to talk to Anita about taking Rune into care. Ove is disconcerted to find out that both the people in the white shirts and the journalist know his name, and that neither he nor Anita can do anything about...

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